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, why all of the love? good morning, welcome to early state. i'm christine rom yans. >> and i'm john berman. it's january 28th it's monday. we'll begin with that developing story out of brazil. deadly chaos at a nightclub. early yesterday morning. killing a staggering 233 people. many of them college students celebrating their last weekend of summer break. it happened at kiss nightclub in santa maria. recovery workers now say they're hearing the eerie sound of ring tones. we're in santa maria with the latest. >> reporter: smoke filled the air when the first firefighters entered the nightclub. where shirtless men were already trying to rescue some of the injured. emergency vehicles arrived not realizing the extent of the tragedy they faced. chaos and terror among survivors and the body of victims all around. the fire broke out at about 2:00 in the morning at a nightclub called kiss in santa maria in bra sail's southern most state. the club was packed with some 2,000 people, twice its legal capacity according to officials >> translator: people who were inside the facility when they cam
'm john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. thursday, january 24th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. let's get started here. up first if you are still wrapped up in your blankets you may want to stay right where you are. >> do not move. >> that bitter cold blast is gripping much of the country and it's not expected to go away anytime soon. people were mummified on the street with the temperature plunging to single digits. even for late january this is ridiculous for these parts. the u.s. is feeling like 33 below in some areas. today the south could see subfreezing temperatures and wind chills and ice where people are not used to driving in winter weather. and where places are not used to preparing for those crazy temperatures either. authorities say three people have already died from exposure to this deep, deep cold. jennifer delgado with the latest on the deep freeze. first we have susan candiotti, live in columbus circle outside our building. susan, i consider myself a hearty midwestern gal. but even this is crazy. how low are the temperatures going to get? >> i think you said something abo
right now. older son john coaches the baltimore ravens while younger son jim coaches the san francisco 49ers and when their parents spoke to the media, it was john who had fun with it. >> our next question comes from john from baltimore. your line is open. >> caller: yeah, question from baltimore, is it true that both of you liked jim better than john? >> i do not. john harbaugh! >> is that john harbaugh? [ laughter ] >> that was me, john. >> hey, mom was ready to come right through this phone. i'm so happy that joanie recognized your voice! >> he pranked his parents during a radio broadcast, during the conference championships the harbaugh parents watch the games alone in their wisconsin home. >>> another prank everyone is talking about is the takeover of the jimmy kimmel show by matt damon. if you don't know the joke matt damon has been invited to be a guest on kimmel's show many times and each time he's been bumped because kimmel ran out of time. damon proved revenge is indeed sweet. >> sincere apologies to matt damon, we'll get him on the air again soon. matt damon a poll geez, we
. >>> senator john kerry was on the hotseat during his confirmation hearing on capitol hill. president obama's pick for secretary of state answered questions for four hours. kerry says that u.s. foreign policy should be defined by helping hand, as well as by military strength. even with iran stopping its nuclear program, kerry said diplomacy is still an option. >> we will do what we must do to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, and i repeat here today, our policy is not containment. it is prevention. >> the senate foreign relations committee is expected to approve kerry's nomination early next week. the full senate could vote a few days after. >> which means he would take over for hillary clinton some time in early february. according to some analysts, there was no grand vision that he laid out during the four-hour hearing yesterday, but certainly with iran, with syria, with north korea, his plate, as they often are for secretaries of state, it will be more than full here. >> he certainly is a seasoned politician. and hillary clinton testified yesterday and gave her stamp of appro
with that high school sweet heart or meet a total stranger. but there's a flip side, and john, a hard-nosed pi, joined me in a seedy hotel room scene, no doubt the scene of many sorted liaisons to explain what's going on. >> privacy doesn't exist no more. it's over. >> reporter: lipstick on a collar is no longer the cheat's biggest problem. >> nick, technology is going to get you caught at some point. technology is killing the cheater. >> reporter: because an electronic trail is nearly impossible to erase. it was text messages that played a part in the downfall of tiger woods. congressman anthony weiner, a laughing stock after sending photos of his manhood to young women on twitter. and an e-mail retired general david petraeus. then there were the good old fashion phone bills. >> when we look at phone bills for people cheating, we look at the number of minutes for people talking. most are two, three minutes max. when you see 30, 40 minute cell phone calls and that number keeps popping up, there's a problem. >> reporter: he says if you suspect your man is a cheater, he will catch him. because c
with them. for "today," john yang, nbc news, chicago. >> lester? >> thanks. >>> now to a revealing story about snoring. you may think of it as annoying or just an inconvenience. new research suggests it's much more serious, possibly even worse than smoking or obesity. gabe gutierrez has details. [ snoring ] >> reporter: it's a constant battle in bedrooms. >> roll over, please. >> reporter: now a wake-up call. snoring is serious. >> it affects my sleep patterns. it affects how i perform at work. >> reporter: jim kelly broke his nose in high school and hasn't slept well since. just ask his wife. >> you can hear it through the walls. and it reverberates, and it's the really deep, throaty snore occasionally. and so, yeah, it -- it can be a nuisance. [ snoring ] >> reporter: a new study shows it's just the beginning. doctors at henry ford hospital in detroit examined 54 patients. turns out those who snore head thicker carotid arteries, that could slow blood flow to the brain, putting snorers at greater risk for heart disease than being overweight, smoking, or having high cholesterol. how sign
different message from the one john f kennedy made when he was inaugurated. >> to all my fellow americans ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for our country. >> my fellow citizens of the world, ask not what america will do for you, but what, together we can do for the freedom of man. >> you know when i hear that wonderful quote by president kennedy, i heard it all my life. i don't hear a democrat. he was a democrat. but i hear an american. i hear an american president who inspired my generation but he inspired to us believe that we couldn't expect the government to simply give us things. to make it easy for us. he challenged to us join the peace corps. he challenged us not to see what government could do for us, but what we can do to make america a better and a brighter place for the generations who would come, america's strength has been not so much from what people have done for us, but what, rather, we have done for the next generation. i hope we'll take that to heart. from new york, good night. god bless. ♪ so, i'm working on a cistern intake valve, and th
ought to relie on government to take care of us but that is a very different message from the one john f kennedy made when he was inaugurated. >> to all my fellow americans ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for our country. >> my fellow citizens of the world, ask not what america will do for you, but what, together we can do for the freedom of man. >> you know when i hear that wonderful quote by president kennedy, i heard it all my life. i don't hear a democrat. he was a democrat. but i hear an american. i hear an american president who inspired my generation but he inspired to us believe that we couldn't expect the government to simply give us things. to make it easy for us. he challenged to us join the peace corps. he challenged us not to see what government could do for us, but what we can do to make america a better and a brighter place for the generations who would come, america's strength has been not so much from what people have done for us, but what, rather, we have done for the next generation. i hope we'll take that to heart. from new york, good nig
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